The Fintech Power 50 has opened nominations for its 2024 cohort. The annual programme recognises the most influential and innovative companies in the fintech industry, along with the 10 most visionary and inspiring personalities shaping the sector.
The programme features 40 cutting-edge global companies and 10 of the world’s best fintech influencers, who are driving change and creativity in the financial services industry. Being part of the Fintech Power 50 is not just an award, it’s a testament to the work individuals and companies are doing to help the sector innovate and grow, and also serves as a great recommendation tool.
The Fintech Power 50 offers bespoke networking and event opportunities that actively promote its members to a global audience, showcasing the hottest in the fintech world. Industry members can nominate fintech companies and industry individuals from anywhere in the world until 30 September 2023.
Members will be announced in a launch ceremony on 6 December 2023.
Winners of the 2024 cohort will not only be showcased in the exclusive annual programme, but they will also have access to The Fintech Power 50’s trusted network of fintech companies and leaders. The benefits include guest appearances on webinars and panels, the opportunity to contribute opinion lead thought leadership articles in The Fintech Times newspaper, invitations to industry networking events, and support with talent acquisition.
More than 1,200 companies were nominated and over 18,000 votes cast for the 2023 cohort with the winners revealed at last year’s Fintech Week London.
Last year’s cohort included some of the biggest and most influential names in the fintech world, including Theo Lau, a speaker, writer and advisor in the financial services industry, with a focus on innovation, digital transformation and financial wellness, as well as Dr Leda Glyptis, chief client officer, 10x Future Technologies, the respected industry thought leader and a regular keynote speaker at conferences and events around the world.
The 2023 list also featured influential fintech companies such as:
- Trulioo – a global identity verification service
- Weavr – a provider of plug-and-play financial services
- Moneyhub – a data and payments fintech that provides open finance solutions
- GoHenry – a financial education app and debit card for kids
- Salt Edge – a SaaS cloud banking platform
A standout programme
Anna Popovic, PR and content manager at SaaS cloud banking platform Salt Edge, said: “Salt Edge is a member in several different fintech, banking, open banking memberships. So, from our experience with other memberships, The Fintech Power 50’s strong differentiator is how many things they do to amplify the voices of members.
“So many diverse activities including CEO dinners during events, webinars, video interviews, a report with insights from all members that we enjoy both contributing to and reading it. The Fintech Power 50 is present at the biggest global events and it’s always a pleasure joining the other members and having a lovely time during the organised dinners.”
Mark Walker, chief operating officer of Disrupts Media, organiser of The Fintech Power 50 programme, commented: “We’re excited to kick off the nomination process for The Fintech Power 50 once again. Our objective remains the same – to acknowledge and celebrate the disruptors who are driving change in the fintech landscape, and to provide an avenue for industry players to recognise and showcase the trailblazers and companies that are making a significant impact.
“At The Fintech Power 50, our commitment extends beyond simply featuring exceptional businesses and individuals from all over the world who are shaping the future of the fintech industry. We’re dedicated to supporting and assisting our members in transforming the industry for the better. We eagerly anticipate the nomination submissions for our prospective future members.”
The nomination process for ‘The Fintech Power 50 2024’ will close on 30 September. The final cohort will be announced on 6 December 2023.
To nominate yourself or to learn more about The Fintech Power 50, visit www.thepower50.com.